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Thursday, 1 November 2018

Robin - Erithacus rubecula

Photographed at the Stone Works, Cannop Ponds, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GB.






27 comments:

  1. I wonder how many Robin pictures are taken each year! Must be millions!

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    1. Millions David, and trillions, ha ha.

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  2. Precioso el color del plumaje de este ave, Bob, y una nitidez muy buena, buenos tiros.

    Saludos.

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  3. Hello, Bob! Your Robin is one of my favorite birds. So pretty, Great photos. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day! Have a great weekend!

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  4. Un hermoso pajarillo fotografiado con todo detalle.
    Un abrazo,

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  5. I spy with my little eye...

    I wonder what the world looks like to him!


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  6. A wonderful little bird. I like it very much.

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  7. Hi Bob,
    Good heavens, what a beauty ;-)
    Great shots!
    Cheers,
    Maria

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  8. Hi Bob,
    Who can resist taking an image of the dear little Robin.
    Whenever I'm out in our garden, usually I'm soon joined by a Robin to keep me company.
    Lovely set of images.
    All the best, John

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    1. Hi John
      Nice to see a 'Robin to keep you company', thanks.

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  9. A lovely series of photographs.
    I always like to see robins.

    Happy November to you Bob.

    All the best Jan

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  10. I love seeing your little robins. Wonderful shots.

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  11. Glorious bird and beautiful captured.

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  12. Nothing beats a Robin photograph Bob. Have a fabulous weekend

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  13. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of the robin

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  14. Hello Bob.

    Robin is a real beauty and a lovey little bird.
    Your photos are sharp and have a wonderful colors.

    Have a nice weekend, Erica

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  15. Hola Bob,bellas y magnificas fotos de este Petirrojo,pronto en los comederos de invierno lo tendremos presente.Un abrazo.

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  16. Bob - I am in awe of these stunning pictures. The close-up reveals the blue-gray feathers around the breast, which would certainly go unobserved otherwise. Thanks for sharing these with us - I know I will never see this in person!

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  17. There's no such thing as too many Robins, Bob! Always happy to see one, so thank you! My best wishes - - - Richard

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  18. The English robin is so much prettier than our American one. Not the same at all. Thank you for showing this beauty.

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